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« Reply #450 on: June 12, 2017, 01:49:29 AM »
In investing, in life, and in business there many reasons why some are more successful than others. Many of the contributors to success are obvious and grounded on common sense. But when we are over-powered by greed and fear most people tend to be reactive and just follow the crowd.

Investing in digital currencies and blockchain related situations today is challenging, and at times nerve-racking. There is no fundamental value or instinct value. It is nearly impossible to verify the “impressive road-map” beautifully represented in stunning graphics, or the people behind it. When you can, do extensive research or due diligence before investing. Knowledge will give you better judgement to pick more winners than losers.  And follow the “Buffet Rule.”

A simple rule dictates my buying: Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful.” Warren Buffet.

Where To Get Greedy Now That Others Are Fearful

Forbes
FEB 4, 2014
Bryan Rich, Contributor

Warren Buffett wrote a famous op-ed piece in the New York Times in October 2008 in which he that said the following:
“A simple rule dictates my buying: Be fearful when others are greedy, and be greedy when others are fearful. And most certainly, fear is now widespread, gripping even seasoned investors. To be sure, investors are right to be wary of highly leveraged entities or businesses in weak competitive positions. But fears regarding the long-term prosperity of the nation’s many sound companies make no sense. These businesses will indeed suffer earnings hiccups, as they always have. But most major companies will be setting new profit records 5, 10 and 20 years from now.”

Everyone should read this, because it shows you the mindset of a great investor and how great investors react when the stock market falls.  Instead of running in fear, great investors welcome market corrections as opportunities to buy on the cheap.

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/greatspeculations/2014/02/04/where-to-get-greedy-now-that-others-are-fearful/#98166c82d460

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« Reply #451 on: June 17, 2017, 04:30:51 PM »
I just approved for release of a major interview with CEOCFO Magazine. DNotes is getting significant recognition from our industry and the media. DNotes has taken a very different path since day one – building a trusted brand, creating intrinsic value, and much more. Don’t miss this big one.
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DNotes Global, Inc. is focused on Bringing DNotes Digital Currency Mainstream
with a Platform and Ecosystem that will give it Intrinsic Value just as Cash

Alan Yong
Chief Executive Officer
DNotes Global, Inc.
www.dnotescoin.com

Interview conducted by:
Lynn Fosse, Senior Editor
CEOCFO Magazine

CEOCFO: Mr. Yong, what is the concept behind DNotes Global Inc,
www.dnotescoin.com?

Mr. Yong: DNotes Global, Inc was created as a for-profit company dedicated to providing the DNotes digital currency with the resources and support that it needs to have the optimal chance of gaining mass acceptance and success on a global scale ……..

Stay Tuned for more: (Scheduled to be published on Monday 6-19-17)

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« Reply #452 on: June 29, 2017, 01:10:13 PM »
From DNotes' Forum: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1924858.msg19840416#msg19840416

Quote from Dyna today:

That is really cool, MiningHabit. Imagine that one day we all go to a DNotes convention wearing a DNotes T-Shit and all going shopping with a DNotes Multi-currency card. That will be awesome. The world is changing rapidly but the process of change is challenging and can be quite complex, especially, when money, regulatory constraints, "old-school", the establishment, etc are involved.

DNotes is much more than just a decentralized digital currency. Unfortunately, on the surface, we are just like any other digital currency - an open-sourced copy of Bitcoin - the pioneer. Launching a digital currency or a "digital asset" is the easiest part. With a few thousand dollars it can easily be dressed up to look like a $10, $20 $100 million (bill) (ICO). It has been done with much more to come. Frankly, our industry is getting overwhelmed and becoming quite confused. It is becoming nearly impossible to find the "rough diamond".
Invest with caution.

I am spending a lot of time getting ready to officially launch the book web site -  https://fourpillarsofbusinesssuccess.com/ This is one of DNotes Global, Inc's assets. Although I have personally spent a whole year writing the book as well as spending a significant amount to get it published, 100% of the sale proceeds are going to the company. Perhaps, just as important Chapter 15 of the book is about the DNotes' story. Don't under-estimate the enormous long-term value the book can bring to the party - contributing some real intrinsic value. Check it out from time to time as new contents are added. This is one of our strategic building blocks and they are all linked to give us powerful synergistic impact. 
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« Reply #453 on: July 04, 2017, 10:00:11 AM »
Happy Fourth of July to everyone in USA!

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« Reply #454 on: July 28, 2017, 05:41:07 PM »
very very interesting post. The post is well developed. The information is very helpful.

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« Reply #455 on: July 29, 2017, 04:05:19 PM »
Here is another sad reminder that our industry is constantly damaged by bad actors involving cryptocurrency exchanges and ICOs.  It is ever more important for DNotes to stay on course in building a trusted brand and continue to do what is right. We are here for the long-term and I am totally committed to ensure that DNotes will remain as the digital currency with a purpose to the benefits of everyone worldwide.  Meanwhile, please invest with caution.

Former Bitcoin Exchange Cryptsy CEO Ordered to Pay $8.2 Mln in Class-Action Lawsuit

US District Judge Kenneth Marra has ordered Paul Vernon, the former CEO of the bankrupt cryptocurrency exchange Cryptsy, to pay $8.2 mln in damages to their customers.

In his July 27, 2017, default court order, Marra ruled that Vernon is guilty in the long-running class action case filed against him and the exchange.

Part of Marra’s order reads:
"The Court further declares that the 11,325.0961 [Bitcoin] which were stolen from Cryptsy customers on July 29, 2014, and which, as of the date of this final judgment ... are property of the Plaintiff Class and subject to and encompassed within this Final Judgment."

In his comment on the order, Attorney David Silver, a representative of one of the two law offices involved in the lawsuit, stated that those who represented the claimants in the case were elated to have obtained a historic success.

"This order is a big step in the path towards vindication and justice for our clients in the cryptocurrency world who were taken advantage of by an exchange operator they trusted with their hard-earned funds."

Read more: https://cointelegraph.com/news/former-bitcoin-exchange-cryptsy-ceo-ordered-to-pay-82-mln-in-class-action-lawsuit

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« Reply #456 on: July 30, 2017, 03:18:29 PM »
I think crypto currency will be most popular to the next level.

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« Reply #457 on: August 24, 2017, 02:20:38 PM »
I am happy to share this email from World Funding Summit where I will be speaking in November:

http://worldfundingsummit.com/ 

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
 
The most forward-looking leaders from the entire financing community are descending on Los Angeles Nov 17 and 18 for the latest and greatest edition of our annual event, the World Funding Summit. We are building a unique knowledge-driven platform that stands at the forefront of financial innovation and our ultimate goal - to eliminate inequality in access to capital.   
Come on board, build your capital network and learn about the future of venture financing from those who are shaping it!
 
Main tracks to be featured this year:
1)    ICO/Cryptocurrency/ Blockchain
2)    Equity Crowdfunding/Alt Venture Exchanges/Future of VC
3)    Capital for underserved markets and communities
 
Scheduled speakers include top financiers and some of the most powerful investors:
Mark Suster, Venture Capitalist, Managing Partner at Upfront Ventures
Nisa Amoils, Venture Capitalist at Scout Ventures & Angel Investor
Kirsten Green, Venture Capitalist, Founder & Managing Director at Forerunner Ventures
Arthur Lipper, World renowned financier, author, FinTech inventor, and philanthropist
Rupert Scofield, President and CEO of FINCA International
Howard Marks, Co-founder & CEO at StartEngine Crowdfunding/Capital
Vivian Shimoyama, Regional Director, SoCal, Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program 
Alan Yong, Co-Founder of DNotes, a Bitcoin alternative digital currency
Andrew Kyzyk, Vice President & Head of Advisor Relations at OTC Markets Group
Atish Davda, CEO at EquityZen.com
Valentin Preobrazhenskiy, Founder & CEO of LAToken
Eric Bunting, Early-stage investor, Founder & Managing Partner at Overbrook Capital
Mona DeFrawi, Founder of InsideVenture (acquired by SecondMarket)&RADIVATE MEDIA, Inc.
Josh Maher, Angel Investor & Author of “Startup Wealth”
Marc Scott Zicree, Leading producer, writer and director
Kevin Lamb, Entrepreneur and Film Financier, CEO at Advanced Tissue
Matthew Helderman, Founder & CEO at BondIt Media Capital
Manie Eagar, Chairman at Blockchain Association of Canada (BAC)
Jor Law, Co-founder at Homeier Law PC & VerifyInvestor.com
Michael Terpin, CEO & Transform Group, top-30 blockchain influencer, lead 35 ICOs
Richard Kivel, Venture Capitalist and Private Investor, Managing Director of GrayBella Capital
Kim Kaselionis, Managing Partner at Breakaway Funding LLC
Michael G. Homeier, EB-5 & equity crowdfunding attorney, Founder at Homeier & Law, P.C.
Barry E James, Co-founder & CEO of TheCrowdfundingCenter.com and CrowdDataCenter.com
Rick Smith, Venture Capitalist, Co-founder and Managing Director at CrossCut
Enzo Villani, CEO & Board Member at Equities.com
Jouko Ahvenainen, Founder @Grow VC Group, a global fintech holding company
Robert Lewis, Founder & President at Black Cooperative Investment Fund (BCIF)
David Koepsell, PhD, CEO & Founder of Encrypgen: blockchain genomics via the Gene-Chain
Greg Bohlenm, VC, Managing General Partner at Union Grove Venture Partners
Xiaocheh Zhang, President at FinTech4Good
Ekaterina Dorozhkina, Entrepreneur & Financier, Raised $5M via ICO
Celu Ramasamy, Bitcoin Investor, Cryptocurrencies evangelist, Partner at Focus Investments
Laurent Ruben, Founder & General Manager at French Accelerator
 The Master of Ceremonies will be Sandro Monetti, a CNN and BBC contributor and television host.
 
CAPITAL EXPO “THE FUTURE IS NOW”: we are determined to showcase some of the world's hottest startups and issuers with a global outreach - please  APPLY HERE
 
 INDUSTRIES: blockchain, digital media, tech, fintech, SaaS, e-commerce, education, health, manufacturing, environment, art, films, AI, robotics, and real-estate
 
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:  we are looking for global leaders who support our mission and would like to get on board as a sponsor or media partner to get our message through– please send your message to our team HERE or contact me directly.


 If you would like to become the WFS delegate register HERE
 
 
My sincere gratitude to our Sponsors & Partners including: 
10,000 Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program
DNotes
BreakawayFunding
Homeier Law PC     
Verifyinvestor.com
California Lutheran University
The Blaine Group
Rock.com
 
Stay tuned for exciting updates re our program!
 
Thanks and all the best,
 
Victoria Silchenko, Ph.D./vsilchenko@metropolecapital.com/ Ph:+1.310.464.1575
Creator: www.WorldFundingSummit.com Founder: Metropole Capital Group
Contributing Writer: Huffington Post / Guest Writer: CrowdfundInsider
Adjunct Professor, Entrepreneurial Finance, MBA: CALutheran University
Connect: LinkedIn /  Facebook /  Twitter
 
 
 

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« Reply #458 on: August 26, 2017, 01:44:07 PM »
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I wanted to say something about success in crypto but, I ran across a recent post by "wiser" in the Devcoin forum that says everything. Devcoin supporters are working on reviving the project and soliciting ideas and advice. One of the most on point and generally well thought out posts is reproduced below. These observations could well be a blueprint to success and match well with the DNotes philosophy:

Posted in Devcoin by "wiser"

"I thought I'd chime in with a few points. Back when I got started writing for the Devtome, Devcoin was one of just a handful of cryptocoins on the scene, meaning it didn't have much competition. Now there are over 500 cryptocoins in existence, some of which are so fundamentally solid and profitable that they are attracting the interest of venture capitalists and hedge fund managers. This means we can learn even more from the successful coins and honestly stack up Devcoin against them to see what would need to be changed in order to be competitive.

The following are a few observations I have about what it takes to make a successful cryptocurrency in today's industry:

1. More and more, it is important for a new coin project to be more than just a coin. It must be a complete ecosystem. This often means multiple tokens and interlocking systems. Some good examples are the emerging VIVA project (vivaco.in), Steemit (with its Steem, Steem Power and Steem Dollars tokens), Ethereum and NEM with their block chains capable of supporting other tokens.

2. There has to be genuine value supporting the coin. This means infrastructure that makes the coin easier to use or adds value to it in some way. Bitcoin has a lot of that (example, various trading platforms, Coinbase, payment processors, websites which sell quality products and accept Bitcoin payments) which has been added on by third parties. However a new altcoin needs to have some of that value added right from the beginning by the development team itself. Some other good examples of coins with value added infrastructure include DNotes and Steemit.

3. There has to be a development team. It can't be a one man show. The bigger and better organized the team, the better chance the coin has. A development team that runs the enterprise like a genuine business is even better. This means it can't all be about coding, though that is important. There have to be others on the team who handle the outreach and marketing and who tell the coders the features needed to make the coin user friendly for non coders (which is most of the people you hope will adopt your coin).

4. A coin needs a built in incentive to tie up the supply and keep it off the market. This means that it is in people's self interest to hold onto the coin for the long haul. Idealism or faith in the coin is not enough. If I am going to hold your coin there has to be something in it for me both now and in the future. The simplest way to do this is to offer some kind of interest equivalent whereby my holding onto the coin earns me a rate of return in the form of new coins or some other token. DNotes has the DNotes vault which pays monthly "interest" to all who hold coins in it for set amounts of time (the penalty for early withdrawal being that you lose the earned interest). Diamond Coin has a cloud mining operation where people earn Diamonds based on how much Bitcoin they have donated to the operation. Any Proof of Stake coin already incentivizes people to hold the coin and run the wallet.

I have always believed that Devcoin's biggest weakness as it works right now is that it incentivizes earning and dumping, not holding. Then to add insult to injury when it became known or suspected that people earning Devcoins were dumping them, they were often harshly repudiated here (not called out by name or anything but it was clear that those who dumped were considered to be bad for the coin,). In order to hold onto Devcoins you had to be altruistic towards it and basically take the hit from others dumping, and that is just not going to be sustainable because most of us plain aren't altruistic like that. This is probably the most important change Devcoin needs to make. The coin needs to be coded in to incentivize holding rather than dumping.

Related to this, it must be assumed that people will game the system if it is beneficial to them to do so. You need to engineer your system in such a way that there is no benefit to attempting to gain the system and that using the system in the way you intend is what gives the greatest benefit to the end user. That can be very challenging to accomplish but I believe it is possible and the successful (and not so successful) coins now out there have a lot to teach us about what kind of things need to be written into the code. The code should also be flexible enough that when you find a loophole you don't want, you can fix it with an update or fork.

5. The development team needs to have a good reason to create buy support for the coin on the open market. Again, altruism is not enough. In the case of Diamond coin, the developers need to buy Diamond in order to pay the weekly payouts from the cloud mining operation. If the developers aren't buying the coin, then others need to do so for reasons of self interest. With the exception of the speculators who are there to profit from trading itself, the reason that anyone else would buy the coin has to be because they need the coin. You need the coin in order to gain the benefit from accumulating and holding it, or you need it to pay someone with it, or you need it to buy something with it. An altruistic desire to prop up the coin's value is not enough and won't be sustainable long term.

6. The coin needs to be attractive to speculators. Speculators are important because they provide liquidity for everyone else, meaning others can easily buy or sell the coin at a consistent value (not too much difference between top buy and sell requests). So whatever it is that makes speculators go "wow, I want to speculate on this coin!" is what your coin needs to have so that everyone else can have the needed liquidity to get into and out of the coin at will.

7. The coin needs to have a solid community of people who are there because being part of this community will better their financial lives in some way. They should believe in the coin but that belief should stem from solid fundamentals and the perception that this coin will do good things for their bottom line. In order to nurture this community it is very important to have basic courtesy and professionalism wherever that community gathers. That community needs to be growing.

There are probably a couple more points that I have missed, but what I have shared is a good starting point. How does Devcoin do on each of these fundamentals? How could it be changed or forked to excel in those fundamentals which are weak now? The honest discussion around these points could become the basis for a solid plan for how to update Devcoin to now be competitive in today's industry."

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« Reply #459 on: August 26, 2017, 01:45:16 PM »
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August 25, 2017, 03:27:13 PM


I wanted to say something about success in crypto but, I ran across a recent post by "wiser" in the Devcoin forum that says everything. Devcoin supporters are working on reviving the project and soliciting ideas and advice. One of the most on point and generally well thought out posts is reproduced below. These observations could well be a blueprint to success and match well with the DNotes philosophy:

Posted in Devcoin by "wiser"

"I thought I'd chime in with a few points. Back when I got started writing for the Devtome, Devcoin was one of just a handful of cryptocoins on the scene, meaning it didn't have much competition. Now there are over 500 cryptocoins in existence, some of which are so fundamentally solid and profitable that they are attracting the interest of venture capitalists and hedge fund managers. This means we can learn even more from the successful coins and honestly stack up Devcoin against them to see what would need to be changed in order to be competitive.

The following are a few observations I have about what it takes to make a successful cryptocurrency in today's industry:

1. More and more, it is important for a new coin project to be more than just a coin. It must be a complete ecosystem. This often means multiple tokens and interlocking systems. Some good examples are the emerging VIVA project (vivaco.in), Steemit (with its Steem, Steem Power and Steem Dollars tokens), Ethereum and NEM with their block chains capable of supporting other tokens.

2. There has to be genuine value supporting the coin. This means infrastructure that makes the coin easier to use or adds value to it in some way. Bitcoin has a lot of that (example, various trading platforms, Coinbase, payment processors, websites which sell quality products and accept Bitcoin payments) which has been added on by third parties. However a new altcoin needs to have some of that value added right from the beginning by the development team itself. Some other good examples of coins with value added infrastructure include DNotes and Steemit.

3. There has to be a development team. It can't be a one man show. The bigger and better organized the team, the better chance the coin has. A development team that runs the enterprise like a genuine business is even better. This means it can't all be about coding, though that is important. There have to be others on the team who handle the outreach and marketing and who tell the coders the features needed to make the coin user friendly for non coders (which is most of the people you hope will adopt your coin).

4. A coin needs a built in incentive to tie up the supply and keep it off the market. This means that it is in people's self interest to hold onto the coin for the long haul. Idealism or faith in the coin is not enough. If I am going to hold your coin there has to be something in it for me both now and in the future. The simplest way to do this is to offer some kind of interest equivalent whereby my holding onto the coin earns me a rate of return in the form of new coins or some other token. DNotes has the DNotes vault which pays monthly "interest" to all who hold coins in it for set amounts of time (the penalty for early withdrawal being that you lose the earned interest). Diamond Coin has a cloud mining operation where people earn Diamonds based on how much Bitcoin they have donated to the operation. Any Proof of Stake coin already incentivizes people to hold the coin and run the wallet.

I have always believed that Devcoin's biggest weakness as it works right now is that it incentivizes earning and dumping, not holding. Then to add insult to injury when it became known or suspected that people earning Devcoins were dumping them, they were often harshly repudiated here (not called out by name or anything but it was clear that those who dumped were considered to be bad for the coin,). In order to hold onto Devcoins you had to be altruistic towards it and basically take the hit from others dumping, and that is just not going to be sustainable because most of us plain aren't altruistic like that. This is probably the most important change Devcoin needs to make. The coin needs to be coded in to incentivize holding rather than dumping.

Related to this, it must be assumed that people will game the system if it is beneficial to them to do so. You need to engineer your system in such a way that there is no benefit to attempting to gain the system and that using the system in the way you intend is what gives the greatest benefit to the end user. That can be very challenging to accomplish but I believe it is possible and the successful (and not so successful) coins now out there have a lot to teach us about what kind of things need to be written into the code. The code should also be flexible enough that when you find a loophole you don't want, you can fix it with an update or fork.

5. The development team needs to have a good reason to create buy support for the coin on the open market. Again, altruism is not enough. In the case of Diamond coin, the developers need to buy Diamond in order to pay the weekly payouts from the cloud mining operation. If the developers aren't buying the coin, then others need to do so for reasons of self interest. With the exception of the speculators who are there to profit from trading itself, the reason that anyone else would buy the coin has to be because they need the coin. You need the coin in order to gain the benefit from accumulating and holding it, or you need it to pay someone with it, or you need it to buy something with it. An altruistic desire to prop up the coin's value is not enough and won't be sustainable long term.

6. The coin needs to be attractive to speculators. Speculators are important because they provide liquidity for everyone else, meaning others can easily buy or sell the coin at a consistent value (not too much difference between top buy and sell requests). So whatever it is that makes speculators go "wow, I want to speculate on this coin!" is what your coin needs to have so that everyone else can have the needed liquidity to get into and out of the coin at will.

7. The coin needs to have a solid community of people who are there because being part of this community will better their financial lives in some way. They should believe in the coin but that belief should stem from solid fundamentals and the perception that this coin will do good things for their bottom line. In order to nurture this community it is very important to have basic courtesy and professionalism wherever that community gathers. That community needs to be growing.

There are probably a couple more points that I have missed, but what I have shared is a good starting point. How does Devcoin do on each of these fundamentals? How could it be changed or forked to excel in those fundamentals which are weak now? The honest discussion around these points could become the basis for a solid plan for how to update Devcoin to now be competitive in today's industry."


Thank you RJF for posting “wiser’s” blueprint proposal for Devcoin revival. Wiser is a great writer and I always enjoy her writing. She certainly knows DNotes quite well and I appreciate her kind words for DNotes. 

DNotes is one of the oldest coins in our industry. It was first launched on February 18, 2014 when there were only a few hundred coins. And now there are thousands – tens of thousands if you include assets coins. I am predicting that there will be hundreds of thousands worldwide oneday including “asset coins” Many will just come and go.

As mentioned many times in the past, DNotes is different in many aspects. As more time has gone by its uniqueness will standout more. We are still the undiscovered “rough diamond” but slowly being discovered. To me it is most rewarding to see our industry slowly recognizing some of the key elements to success that DNotes has been preaching from day one. We are a purposeful coin – so we like that. We want the best for our industry. There are massive opportunities for everyone. Therefore, it pays to collaborate and be respectful of others.


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